Electric Botany 10 by Richard Maier

Run the cathode into the soil, run an anode into the sky. Flick the switch that sends the current flowing between the two. In cruel reality, nothing is likely to happen, but if there were any artistic justice in the world, the landscape would ‘flicker’… and change…

This series is from 2007.

Electric Botany 10 incorporates an image from stock.xchng photographer Jeff Hire.

While having a strong background in photography and traditional printmaking, Richard Maier has mostly worked as a digital artist since the mid-90’s. His abstract and non-representational work tends toward a lush color palette and stark design, often filtered through the lens of chaos and noise. The natural world, as both the microcosm of biology and the macrocosm of space, is his favorite subject matter. He strives to create art that is both visually pleasing and intellectually fascinating.

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